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by: Nadia abou el Magd, Foreign Correspondent 2010-3-15
A controversial match between the Egyptian and Palestinian football teams in occupied East Jerusalem was postponed indefinitely yesterday after its announcement sparked outrage in Egypt...

by: David Lepeska, Foreign Correspondent 2010-3-15
“Islamists are trying to steer a course between governance, political processes and resistance,”..

by: Arundhati Roy 2009-10-9
While we're still arguing about whether there's life after death, can we add another question to the cart? Is there life after democracy? What sort of life will it be? By "democracy" I don't mean democracy as an ideal or an aspiration...

by: Scott Horton 2009-2-27
When the Obama transition team opened a questions referendum on its popular change.gov website in December, one issue quickly soared to the top. "Will you appoint a Special Prosecutor (ideally Patrick Fitzgerald) to independently investigate the gravest crimes of the Bush Administration, including torture and warrantless wiretapping?" And when Obama stepped to the microphone at his first presidential press conference, the question came again, this time with reference to a Congressional..

by: Fawaz A. Gerges 2009-1-17
President-elect Barack Obama appreciates that time is of essence. After initially being quiet about Israel’s assault, he vowed to press immediately for peace in the Middle East and pursue a policy of engagement with Iran. He said he was building a diplomatic team so that "on! day one, we have the best possible people who are going to be immediately engaged in the Middle East peace process as a whole." The team would "be engaging with all of the actors there" so that "both Israelis an..

by: Antony Lowenstein 2008-7-13
During the Global Voices Citizen Media Summit 2008–sponsored by Harvard University and Google in Budapest, Hungary, in late June, and attended by over 200 bloggers, human rights activists, writers, journalists, hackers and IT experts from every corner of the globe–one participant joked that it was worthwhile buying domain names for dissidents likely to be imprisoned. “Just get them with ‘Free (insert name ” he said. here).com,’..

by: Negar Azimi 2007-12-20
There’s a story that when the news arrived that airplanes had flown into the World Trade Center, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak turned to one of his aides and said, "My job just got a little bit easier."..

by: John L. Esposito 2007-12-14
What creates unfavorable attitudes towards the United States? Belief that the United States is serious about democracy in Muslim countries has long been undermined by what is perceived as the United States’ "double standard" in promoting democracy...

by: HELENA COBBAN 2007-12-10
Hamas and Hezbollah have both been on the State Department’s list of terrorist organizations for many years..

by: KRISTEN GILLESPIE 2007-11-11
On the long, flat highway joining the Persian Gulf country of Qatar with Saudi Arabia, a small yellow sign reads "Army Camp" in English and Arabic. But this is no ordinary encampment for Qatar’s tiny military...

by: NEGAR AZIMI 2007-2-2
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